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Daily Bullets (Apr. 12): Don’t Overthink Cade Going Number One, Dreaming of Mac McClung in Orange

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Scores

Baseball: Pokes 10, UNCW 4
Masters: Hovland finished T21 (E)
Women’s Soccer: Cowgirls 2, Notre Dame 1
Softball: Cowgirls 10, Texas Tech 3
Women’s Tennis: Cowgirl 6, Iowa State 1
Men’s Tennis: Texas 4, Cowboys 3


OSU Bullets

• I don’t think it can be overstated at this point – there’s no reason to second guess if Cade Cunningham will be the first pick in the NBA Draft this summer.

The term “generational prospect” is tossed around too liberally. It sets unfair standards, unreachable expectations, and is misleading. The 2021 NBA Draft likely doesn’t have a “generational prospect,” but when it comes to Cade Cunningham, there have been few prospects in recent years who are as well-rounded as him.

[Hashtag Basketball]

• It doesn’t sound like he’ll end up back in college but Mac McClung would be such a fun player for the Pokes to land (after making an attempt the last time he was in the portal)

• Cox pulled from this yesterday on the Bullets but this solid piece from Jenni Carlson on why Cade Cunningham is more than just his talent (sneaks a Paul George comp in there)

• Multiple articles floating around with sound bites from Cowboy guard Josh Sills talking with the media about the stacked running back group (this from the Tulsa World and this from HCS)

Pokes offered/are after a 2024 defensive lineman from the OKC area – that’s right, a high school freshman

• Adam Lunt lays it out – whether juco offensive tackle Caleb Etienne arriving this summer ready to take over the left tackle gig or not will be massive for 2021 Cowboy Football


Non-OSU Bullets

• The next 100 days
I wish I was rich (faith-based)

Loved Matsuyama’s face here – how many times in a guy’s life do you get to feel this happy?

Porter on intentionally missing the shuttle back to the press center was good – and seven minutes worth of a must-read on Matsuyama’s win

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